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I'd like to keep trace of the IP addresses of persons who connect to a particular service on our system (between inet.d and our service). The system is a Pyramid unix SVR4, not a Linux, so there is no tcpd !

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ahoffmann earned 80 total points
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search for tcp_wrapper, is under the GNU GPL (I think) and should
compile on any UNIX platform.

Ciao
Achim
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